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5.10 S 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b
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Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: CodyClimber on Jan 27, 2015
Admins: Mike Snyder

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Description

Start up the left side of the Chimney past a couple bolts onto the face. Follow around what looks like an ear. Crux is through this part, ends at chains at the top.

Location

NWCC Wall, 2nd bolted route on the wall, starts the left side of the prominent chimney on the East side of the cliff.

Protection

Bolts to chain anchor

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Emerson Takahashi
Casper, WY
 
Emerson Takahashi   Casper, WY
 
This was a great route, although I would agree in saying that a 10c/d grade would be more appropriate. Crux is over quickly though so it's hard to judge(it's all relative anyways...) Aug 25, 2015
Mees
Iowa
Mees   Iowa
Well that answers the timeless question, If a trees falls on a sport climb and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound ? Apparently it does ... an anonymous whimper Jun 5, 2015
Trees  
Sport climbing is one evolutionary step beyond gym climbing. Climbers who never progress beyond this stage are basically developmentally retarded. Jun 1, 2015
Mike Snyder
Cody, WY
Mike Snyder   Cody, WY  
It is kinda slabby, so grade respect goes out the window. However, the section going around the ear or being forced out onto the face is quite difficult and awkward. The stone is bomber and the available holds are obvious, its just tough to execute smoothly. Personally Id say .10c or d though some folks may think .11a. Makes me timid to try the Sting at .11 just to the left, plugging pro. May 18, 2015
What would you call it out of curiosity? We figured it at .10b when we did it, but didnt have anyone else's thoughts. May 13, 2015
Mike Snyder
Cody, WY
Mike Snyder   Cody, WY  
Hardest .10b ever. Mar 22, 2015